Monday, November 15, 2010

Tea Time Brunch

A savory quiche will be the star of our brunch...
A delicious pie full of ham, cheese and fresh herbs...
Savory Herb Quiche
1 pie crust
6 eggs
1-1/2 c heavy cream
1 c ham, diced
1 small onion, diced fine
1 c shredded sharp cheddar or Swiss
1 tsp dry mustard
1 T fresh Italian parsley, minced
1 T fresh thyme
2 T butter
salt and pepper to taste
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Saute onions in butter until golden -
add ham and cook another minute.
Pour into prepared pie shell and top with cheese.
Blend eggs with heavy cream until mixed well.
Add fresh herbs, mustard and salt & pepper.
Bake @ 375 for 35-40 minutes.

A beautiful assortment of gorgeous teacups...
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I am sharing more teacups from my beloved Bonnie.
I showcased a precious Canadian cup a few weeks ago -
now it is time to display the rest of my treasures that my
sweet friend bestowed upon me - just because she loves me!
I could fill a whole page describing how special Bonnie is and
what she means to me. Bonnie is generous, giving and loving
every day and in all ways! I am blessed beyond measure to
have this wonderful woman as part of my life!








We can't have tea without a delicious dessert~
This is a decadent treat that my friend Julie gave me.
Julie is one of the best cooks that I know and this dessert does not disappoint - it tastes like a sweet oatmeal pie!
Julie's Sawdust Pie
1 pie shell
7 egg whites
1-1/2 c sugar
1-1/2 graham cracker crumbs
1-1/2 c pecans, chopped
1-1/2 c coconut
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Mix all ingredients by hand and pour into unbaked pie shell.
Bake @ 325 for 30 minutes and golden brown on top.
Serve warm with homemade whipped cream
and sliced bananas.
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I am linking to my favorite tea parties...Tuesday Tea Party
~*~and my favorite foodie sites...Tuesdays At The Table
Tempt My Tummy Tuesdays

11 comments:

  1. You have truly got a lovely tea cup collection. And the quiche! I LOVE quiche. Beautiful blog today as always.

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  2. Lovely collection of cups...quiche looks yummy. Have never heard of sawdust pie but looks interesting! Suppose you could make it with Splenda with no problems????

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  3. Gorgeous tea cups from a dear friend, what could be better? Each one is really lovely.
    The desserts look very yummy!
    Hugs,
    TErri

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  4. The quiche is wonderful, love the green runner. Your friend is so generous! You have so many lovely teacups! Oatmeal pie? Wow first I have ever heard of one! I sure it wonderful! Thanks for joining me for Tea Time! How's Florida weather? Chilly? I remember wearing shorts there in December, then flew home to a small airport. No building and standing out in the freezing cold in my short pants for an hour waiting for my girls to come pick me up. lol

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  5. Hi Concetta,
    You have a very generous friend. The quiche looks wonderful; love quiche! The Sawdust pie looks good too. You have so many pretty things I see; love the little floral teapot!
    You had asked about the lemon tart. I did not make this one, I bought it at the supermarket. When I do make it I just use a lemon pie filling. One of these days I will have to try making the lemon curd tart I shared from the Victoria magazine. Thank you for joining me for tea today. Hope you have a lovely week.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  6. Concetta,
    What a delightful post. Such lovely teacups from your friend ... wonderful! Thanks so much for the recipes. I do love quiche and the sawdust pie -- what fun! (Pretty tea pots, too). Happy Tea Day

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  7. Your teacups are lovely and you display them in a gracious way!

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  8. You have a wonderful friend. And so the teacups would be so special to you. Beautiful!!
    Lovely brunch. Wish I could sit down and enjoy it with all of you!
    Sawdust pie is new to me. I better try it.
    Thank you for sharing so much with us.
    Blessings, pam

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  9. Wow! What a great friend you have. I love all the tea cups. The quiche looks delicious. Have a wonderful week dear friend. Blessings, Martha

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  10. What a lovely teacup collection - and what a lovely friend to give so many lovely teacups to you!

    Both recipes look wonderful. Thank you for sharing.

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  11. What a lovely brunch. And a beautiful teacup collection!

    Jocelyn
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

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